Stories Tagged 'Tribhuvan university'
Although Nepal’s oldest university Tribhuvan University (TU) was founded in 1959 as a teaching-only university, within some years of its founding, research efforts had already begun there in many different central departments and research institutes. Some of this started happening during the second half of the 1960s when some students opted to do research for their MA and PhD theses. This “transitioning to research” process at TU is incomplete, much like our country’s march towards democracy.
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Academic blues

May 09 2018

Public universities should serve the larger public and not those at the helm of affairs
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The earthquake of 25 April 2015 and its aftershocks extensively damaged some of the buildings in the University Campus of Tribhuvan University (TU) in Kirtipur, Kathmandu. The main administrative buildings housing the offices of the top managers of TU, including its Vice Chancellor (VC), were completely ruined. The old building of TU’s Central Library was also wrecked by the quakes.
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Tribhuvan University, the oldest and largest varsity of the country, is preparing to shut down the departments that have fewer than 10 students. The decision is prompted by a steady fall in student numbers in different departments over the years.
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The Tribhuvan University (TU) has yet to endorse the Institute of Medicine’s proposal on the number of seats and fee details for MD/MS programmes.
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A century partnership for the opening wicket between Rabin Joshi and Ishan Pandey handed Tribhuvan University the title of the second University Cup Twenty20 cricket tournament on Saturday.
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